Basque Peppers in Brine come all the way from the Spanish Basque Country, a land of rugged mountains and rocky coves. While its coastal regions specialize in fish and seafood, further inland is a rich culinary heritage of meats, charcuterie, legumes, vegetables...and peppers.
Among Basque Country's favorite traditional peppers are Guindilla Peppers, which here have been pickled and jarred for your convenience. These narrow, yellow-green peppers are notable for their thin skin and soft texture. Their flavor is tangy and mild - a little spicier than banana peppers but cooler than jalapenos - so almost anyone can enjoy them. Consequently, they can be used to enhance a wide variety of dishes from both within and without Spain.
For example, add them to tapas or antipasto platters, use them as a topping for nachos, or skewer them with a toothpick alongside chorizo and cheese for an easy yet delightful appetizer that pairs wonderfully with wine. Alternatively, use them to garnish cocktails and other drinks.